As promised, I am posting some post-show documentation of St Celfer's performance at ICOSA Collective, Austin, TX, on December 12, 2020. The images came from the gallery and other sources. First, a phone shot (rotated to normal orientation) depicting a laptop and large screen monitor streaming the video of the St Celfer/Tom Moody release eleven tracks, a compilation which includes St Celfer's song "March of the Covids" (https://youtu.be/e_zaeQ-SpzQ):
Next, a couple of pics from the gallery showing the scale and space of the artwork. There were two viewing stations streaming the video:
And last, "social media reactions" including a blurry close-up and sound excerpt from the video:
St Celfer and Tom Moody "eleven tracks" Video - excerpt from Tom Moody on Vimeo.
The video as it appeared playing on a device:
St Celfer and Tom Moody “eleven tracks” Video - excerpt 2 from Tom Moody on Vimeo.
And the video playing in the gallery:
St Celfer and Tom Moody "eleven tracks" Video - Installation from Tom Moody on Vimeo.
[Note: embedded players -- which I basically hate -- are replaced with links when they move off the blog front page]